Assess Your Risk
Did you know 93,000 Queenslanders are currently living with
diabetes and don't even know it? What's your risk?
Use the online screening tool below to answer a short
series of questions to determine your risk of developing type 2
diabetes within the next five years*.
Please note this tool has been developed for people who DO
NOT have type 2 diabetes.
Remember, this is not a diagnostic tool, it will just assess
your risk. We recommend you speak with your GP or health
professional if you have any questions.
How to use this tool:
- Select one answer for each question below and calculate your
total risk score.
- Enter your details to receive a copy of your risk results via
email. If you receive a moderate or high risk score, we encourage
you to take the emailed letter with you to your doctor to discuss
- By providing your email, you will also receive our free,
monthly Healthy U enewsletter with advice and tips
from our nutrition and physical activity experts.
Ethnicity / Country of birth
Health and Lifestyle
Hint: Measure your waist below the ribs whilst standing (usually at the level of the navel). Breathe normally.
Don't have a tape measure? Refer to the clothing sizes in this table and enter the average waist (cm) measurement. View table
|Average waist (cm)
|Average waist (cm)
Please complete the form below to receive a copy of your results
via email. We will also send you our free, monthly Healthy
U enewsletter which is full of great advice and top tips from
our nutrition and physical activity experts. It is all about
helping you get the most of out of life.
You are providing your personal information to Diabetes
Queensland for purpose of this program. Your information will not
be disclosed to any third party but may be used by Diabetes
Queensland for the provision of its services. For more information
on how Diabetes Queensland deals with your personal information
please read the Diabetes Queensland Privacy
* The Australian Type 2 Diabetes Risk Assessment Tool (AUSDRISK)
has been developed by the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute
for the Australian, State and Territory Governments to help you
find out about your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.